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- Subject: Re: any public hosting for lua projects that use subversion?
- From: "Leo Razoumov" <slonik.az@...>
- Date: Sun, 19 Nov 2006 10:01:04 -0500
On 11/17/06, Asko Kauppi <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Just nag the LuaForge people, they do have in plans to open svn hosting.
I have to use (partly) cvs in my current project, and it beats me,
why Anyone any more would stick with that. Don't. :)
It's like pre-alpha svn, sorely missing essential features (s.a. file
rename) that svn has for granted. Archaic. **shivers** ;) Perhaps
it's good for Perl coding.
CVS is inferior to SVN in almost all aspects except for one: CVS uses
human readable ASCII text files for storage while SVN uses binary
By pocking around in the CVS repository and directly renaming/editing
files I can do anything SVN does and more. I admit, it is ugly but for
those of us who used CVS for years before any alternative became
available, CVS repository hacking became "natural" act in some strange